M2si and M2sCD are the first new M2 range products from Musical Fidelity, since the brand changed ownership
The M2 range features a new integrated amplifier and a CD player.
The M2si integrated amplifier includes trickle-down technology from the Titan flagship model and includes solid metal controls.
Delivering 76W per-channel into 8 Ohms, the M2si features a Class A pre-amp stage with its own independent power supply, coupled with a pair of discrete power amps.
For Home Cinema installations, the AUX1 input can also be manually switched to a Home Theatre (HT) through-put.
The M2sCD features both a mains choke filter and…
…a digital stream noise filter, to tackle distortion noise and jitter. The internal DAC uses 24bit Delta-Sigma conversion with 8x oversampling.
Finished in silver or black prices are £799 each from November 2018.
For more information, call 01235 511 166 or click www.henleyaudio.co.uk
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Alex11th April 2020 at 9:58 pm
Hi Paul, I’ve recently discovered your reviews on youtube, your website etc. and have been working my way through them all, nice work – thanks! I recently bought the musical fidelity m2si, now selling for £200 less than list price, an absolute bargain. I was wondering on what your thoughts are on partnering some new bookshelf speakers. I currently have the Dali Oberon 1s and whilst they are great speakers, I feel tha amp is being held back by them slightly. I listen to a bit of mixture of music but mainly jazz & electronica/down tempo and lean towards a more warm sound, rich sound. Any thoughts or suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Paul Rigby12th April 2020 at 11:44 am
Thanks for your kind words, Alex – what’s your budget for the speakers?
Alex14th April 2020 at 8:19 am
Budget would be around the £1k mark but would be willing to stretch a bit to buy my last speaker. Thanks.
Paul Rigby14th April 2020 at 11:48 am
I’d recommend these, Alex: https://theaudiophileman.com/spendor-a1/
Alex14th April 2020 at 1:58 pm
Thanks for taking the time out to respond Paul, it’s really appreciated. I’ll do some further reading on these and try to audition them once things return to normal!